Pavo Hi-Fidelity InEar
Pavo Series IN-EAR MONITOR
Pavo Series In-Ear offers exceptional listening experience for our users. This series also a full set of professional monitoring tool for stage artists and studios.
Our designer team created the beautiful look for Pavo D to make it looks cool in any circumstances. The customized cable delivers signature looks of our entire series.
We designed over 20 different drivers for the Pavo series in-ear monitors to deliver natural and balanced sound performance. After testing with various studio recorders and musicians, we finally combine the technology together.
*20 special procedures for processing high-density glass, top diamond cutting process.
*38 C ergonomic gold bevel design, comfortable to wear out, to achieve the perfect sound effects.
*Imports of gold-plated connectors, MMCX standard for line, over million times plug test, durable.
*KEVLAR fiber material resistant to pull winding, military-grade quality double protection.
*Low impedance high sensitivity, easy to show a good voice, masonry element package highlights the taste.
Driver Unit: 9.0MM rare-earth permanent magnetic
Impedance: 16 OHM
Connector: 3.5mm Gold-plated Stereo plug
Frequency Response: 12HZ-25000HZ
Sensitivity: 104db/1mw(S.P.Lat 1KHZ)
Cable: 1.2m±0.3m PU wire
Input: 3 mW
Max-input: 10 mW
HIFI stereo earphone, provides perfect sound effect
Applied Nanometer diaphragm developed by Astrotec, perfectly live effect out of your image
Applied human engineering, 38 degrees gold bevel design, enjoying your music just like wearing nothing
Diamond style, full of fashion, you are the super star in your friends
Applied high quality oxygen-free copper wires, provides the high quality sound while avoiding intertwine
3.5mm Plug, suitable for iPhone 6 / 6S Plus, iPhone 6 / 6S, Samsung S6 Edge Plus, Note 5, MP3, MP4, etc.
Lightweight design, wearing more comfortable
Driver unit: 9mm, Lanthanon permanent magnet
Rated power: 3 mW
Pavo constellation lies in the southern sky. Its name means “the peacock” in Latin.
The constellation was first introduced by the Dutch astronomer Petrus Plancius from the observations of Dutch navigators Frederick de Houtman and Pieter Dirkszoon Keyser in the late 16th century.
Pavo was first depicted in 1598 on Plancius’ globe and first appeared in a star atlas in 1603, in Johann Bayer’s Uranometria.
In Australia, a part of the constellation is known as “the Saucepan” and used as a guide to finding the south.
Pavo is notable for its bright star Peacock, the nearby solar analog Delta Pavonis, the interacting galaxies NGC 6872 and IC 4970, and several other deep sky objects.